Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Commitment Weekend Wrap Up

Sorry I did not publish this last week. I had it almost completely typed up and then forgot I did not publish. Here is this week's:
  • Joel Bonomolo - season high six tackles, two for a loss and one sack
  • Kenneth Carter - nine tackles, five solo, three for loss and one QB pressure
  • Steven Clark - did not get to punt this week
  • Shon Coleman - played despite a torn miniscus, no stats released in a 34-6 loss
  • Jessel Curry - ten tackles, two for loss...16 rushes for 108 yards
  • Justin Delaine - five tackles, one for loss and four QB pressures
  • Antonio Goodwin - no stats released in a 28-20 win
  • Jake Holland - sixteen tackles, 11 solo, an interception, pass breakup, forced fumble and three QB pressures
  • D.J. Howard - DNP due to a minor hip injury, could return this week
  • Shaun Kitchens - BYE
  • Demetruce McNeal - BYE
  • Jonathan Mincy - BYE
  • LaDarius Owens - 12 tackles, two sacks, a safety and a forced fumble
  • Cody Parkey - 1 for 1 on FGs (19 yards), 1 for 1 on PATs, three kickoffs through the endzone (2 split the uprights)
  • Jeremy Richardson - DNP due to stitches in his hand
  • Craig Sanders - 8 tackles on defense...33 carries for 278 yards and three touchdowns on offense
  • Chad Slade - five pancake blocks...two tackles, one for loss and a sack
  • Jawara White - five tackles, three solos and one for loss

5 comments:

  1. BTW Jake Holland is over 100 tackles on the season now

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  2. holy crap Owens, Holland and Sanders had MONSTER fridays. and is a kickoff from the same spot in high school as it is in college? i've never seen someone kick the ball through the uprights on a kickoff in either college or pro ball.

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  3. High school from 40
    College from 30

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  4. good to see Joel Bonomolo getting some playing time. Kenneth Carter has been having a dynamite season too. Can't wait to see these guys in Orange and Blue!

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  5. damon duval kicked a few through the uprights in his day..

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